San Francisco Chronicle Tried To Run Damage Control For Kamala Harris Through An Interview

Kamala Harris’ popularity ratings are worse than Rep. Jerry Nadler’s in a string bikini, and no one, including herself, appears to know how to turn things around. It isn’t to say they aren’t trying or don’t know what they’re doing.

The San Francisco Chronicle recently interviewed Senator Kamala Harris of California. The article focuses on several aspects of Harris’ vice presidency and the challenges she has experienced in her first year in office. It also brought to light the character of the media’s coverage of her White House performance.

Her aides and friends criticize media coverage for being too focused on minor or contrived crises. Stories like a recent newsletter analyzing her preference for corded headphones over Bluetooth, which poses a security concern, have given them ammo. Another piece, citing a body language expert, alleges difficulty with Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg.

According to the vice president, “How about, how about, ‘She’s going to get marijuana,’” she told the Houston Chronicle. Please, don’t make her laugh.

The Vice President’s chief of staff has been chastised for her management style and the departures of two high-profile workers. She can’t wait to see what she will do. Next, Harris said when questioned about the resignations. The vice president also spoke on maternal health, which she described as a critical and urgent problem. The Supreme Court examines whether to maintain a Mississippi statute prohibiting abortions after 15 weeks.

She didn’t mean to sound pessimistic, but women will perish. The article highlighted her commitment to holding events with women of color and visiting their businesses. It carried the weight of the first female president, who battled the appointment of Supreme Court judges who may limit abortion rights.

The author discussed Kamala Harris’s efforts to cope with the migrant situation with friends and coworkers. Rep. Barbara Lee blamed the unfavorable publicity on the press, claiming it detracts from her effectiveness as vice president. It tells them how closely they’re watching her, and it makes him worried, Lee added.

Kamala Harris is a rising star in the Democratic Party, but she has also demonstrated that she cannot lead a team. While the Democrats would think that her criticisms are driven by racism and prejudice, no one believes them. The left will have to develop another strategy to cope with Kamala Harris.